MfM Establishes Peer Management Group for Women Leaders


MfM smart womens network
The organizational meeting of the Smart Women’s Network.

Staff Writer |

SAN FRANCISCO — Dry cleaning consulting firm Methods for Management (MfM) has established the Smart Women’s Network as a forum for focused networking to help build profit and sales in their businesses.

The group covers major issues affecting industry management, including sales and marketing, customer engagement, finance, human resources, production, site selection and environmental impact.

Through Peer Management Bureaus and independent project assignments, MfM bureaus provide a non-competitive environment where members receive profit-enhancing tools while sharing information, issues and concerns with peers they trust and respect.

Attending the organizational meeting of the Smart Women’s Network were (pictured above, from left) MfM Managing Director Diana Vollmer; Kathleen and Dawn Marie Crouse, Crouse’s Cleaners, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada; Polly Nemec, St. Croix Cleaners, Stillwater, Minn.; Aline Gadue Stirling, Gadue’s Drycleaning, Burlington, Vt.; Patricia Mahan Shaffer, Shaffer Drycleaning & Laundry, Tucson, Ariz.; Mona Goldberg, Supreme Laundry and Drycleaning, El Paso, Texas; Keh McCracken, Clothesline Cleaners, Boise, Idaho; and Missy Rockenbaugh, Kean’s Fine Cleaners, Baton Rouge, La.


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